It's Been a Great Year!
Summer Hours and Schedule
Front office open 7 am until 3 p.m. The front office will be closed June 14, 21, 28 and July 4, 5, 12, 19. Teachers, counselors and assistant principals will return on July 31.
IMPORTANT: Certificate of Attendance and ADAP cards cannot be processed June 19 to July 8. Requests submitted during this time will ready for pick up on July 9.
Mill Creek is all about Community - Passion, Brotherhood, Loyalty, Fun, Champions, Respect. Take a look at our amazing year and the incredible school and community we live in!
The times for the exam are as follows.
Student must arrive 30 minutes before test time to be checked in. There is no late testing or make-ups for the summer session. If a student arrives late, they will not be allowed to take the test.
Students who registered for AP classes for Fall 2013: Please check the Advanced Placement page of the school's website to see if your AP teachers have posted summer reading assignments. Remember that AP English Language and English Literature both have REQUIRED summer reading assignments.
Gwinnett Online Campus Opens Registration for Fall Enrollment for Grades 4-12
A Full-time Registration window will be open June 3 – 27 for students in grades 4-12 interested in enrolling for the 2013-2014 school year at Gwinnett Online Campus. Interested families will need to register on campus in Norcross:
2595 Beaver Ruin Road Building F; Norcross, GA 30071
Office hours for full-time registration are Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Please click
here for the list of required documents for the registration process.
You must send a copy of your final second semester transcript to your college/university. This can be done electronically or by paper. Please follow the directions listed below:
Electronic transcripts (available after June 1st for Georgia Colleges only)
- Log on to: www.gacollege411.org
- Log on to your account.
- Click on the “College Planning” tab at the top of the page.
- Select “Applications and Transcripts”
- Select “Request and Track your Transcript”
- Select your college
- Select “Continue”
Paper Transcripts must be sent to colleges located outside the state of Georgia. Print and complete the final transcript request form and return it to the Mill Creek Counseling Office along with the $5 transcript fee before graduation. Transcripts will be available for pick-up in the front office at Mill Creek on June 10th. Each senior is responsible for mailing his/her final transcript to the appropriate college.
Rising Juniors and SeniorsIf you want to park on campus next year, you must attend a mandatory parking class.
The parking class is offered in the theater on the following dates and times.
On time arrival is required. Sign in is required.
Future classes will be listed on the school’s website.
Sign up for a parking decal through MyPaymentsPlus beginning on Monday, 5/27/13
- New Student Registration - Click HERE to make a new student registraiton appointment. Required documentation for registration can be found by clicking HERE
- Hope Scholarship Information
- Financial Aid Presentation presented by Georgia Gwinnett College
- 9th - 10th Grade Parent Meeting Dates
- Click HERE for Summer School Information (NEW)
MC Reads is the summer reading initiative for Mill Creek that seeks to incorporate a whole-school approach to reading for pleasure. We want to shift the emphasis of summer reading from a Language Arts assignment to a program that celebrates and encourages life-long reading. Students will have much greater CHOICE in their summer reading book.
How does "MC Reads" work?
Every teacher, counselor, and administrator has chosen a book that he/she will read over the summer. These books cover a wide variety of topics: realistic fiction, fantasy, biographies, motivational books, classics, and more. Students will choose one book from this list as their summer reading title; in the fall, the teacher will hold a book discussion with the group of students who signed up to read his/her book. Students will also choose from several creative assignments to complete and turn in to their MC Reads teacher (details will be given to each student).
When will MC Reads be held?
MC Reads will take place Friday, August 9th, which is the third day of school. This year, students who turn in the best MC Reads assignment/artifact will have opportunities to win prizes such as: Kindle Fires, Barnes & Noble Gift Cards, and other prizes!!!
What should I read this summer?
Below you will find the list of the MC Reads choice books for 2013. Click on the links below to see the list of books divided by genre (nonfiction, mystery, dystopian, etc. are grouped together) or listed by the name of the teacher who will be reading the book/leading the book discussion.
Books by Genre | Books by Teacher
Relay for Life
One of the most memorable things at Relay is the Luminary Ceremony. The cost to purchase each luminary is $10. A short video about the Luminary Ceremony is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMyl7O0AC_Y.
Community Service Hours
Fort Daniel Elementary PTA needs volunteers for their Annual Carnival May 17 - Friday 5:00-9:00 Face painting, bouncy houses, crazy hair, carnival games. If you are interested and want more details, please contact Beth Hansen at email@example.com
American Cancer Society - 770 814 0123
Georgia SPCA - contact Laura Cegalis firstname.lastname@example.org
Gwinnett County Public Libraries - online application at www.gwinnettpl.org - click teens then volunteer at library
Lilburn Co-op - call Kay or Patty 770 931 8333
North Gwinnett Co-op - 770 271 9793
Snellville Recycling - call Gaye Jonson or Kathy Bass 770 985 3527
Mill Creek Chronicles
See attachments below
Service Hours / Service Night
Mill Creek encourages students to volunteer within their community, region, country, and abroad. Everyone needs help once in a while. Someone might need your help. You might need help in some way in the future and a volunteer might be the one to come to your aid. Volunteering is often reciprocal. You give what you can and it often comes back to benefit you in a round-about, non-direct way. You might volunteer your time cleaning up a local park and a rural volunteer ambulance may rush to your aid after a crash on a back road.
School starts at 7:20
The tardy bell rings at 7:20. Students should be in their first period class at that time. Taking traffic and weather into account, plan on making certain that your Mill Creek student arrives at school by 7:00AM
The last opportunity for a parent to check out a student is 1:30
Win Win Win
Do you write, draw, paint, take photographs, or write music, you can win the reflections contest. Click on REFLECTIONS
Download the attached application.
For your protection, interest and clarification, we take this opportunity to inform you that the student insurance from K&K Insurance for your child is a very good program and provides a specified amount of coverage. (This is a new company; the previous company does not offer student accident insurance any longer.) We are including a letter form our Risk Management Department as well as the application. You may also want to visit their website: www.studentinsurance-kk.com
Memo To Parents: English / Spanish
Insurance Information and Application: English / Spanish